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Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF

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Active  2002–2009
Role  Training
Base  RAAF Base Williamtown
Country  Australia
Part of  No. 82 Wing
Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF
Branch  Royal Australian Air Force

The Forward Air Control Development Unit (FACDU) was a Royal Australian Air Force unit tasked with providing training in forward air control to RAAF pilots. It was formed in 2002 from No. 76 Squadron's C Flight and was merged with the RAAF Special Tactics Project on 3 July 2009 to form No. 4 Squadron.

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Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF Wikipedia


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